From Korea to the world, KakaoTalk is now a major messenger app in the international market. Currently, KakaoTalk has more than 158 million registered members from 196 countries.
In his speech about the evolving digital era the social media networks, US President Barack Obama mentioned KakaoTalk. In 2011, CNET chose KakaoTalk as the Number 1 Free SMS App. It also won the Red Gerring Asia Top 100 Award in 2012 and is nominated as a finalist for the Global Mobile Awards in 2014 for the Most Innovative App Category. The World Economic Forum has named KakaoTalk as a Technology Pioneer.
The KakaoTalk App is available in iOS, Android, and Windows OS. And it is offered in 15 different languages: Korean, English, Japanese, Spanish, Chinese, Thai, Indonesian, Turkish, German, French, Portuguese, Italian, Vietnamese, Russian, and Arabic.
One of the micro-blogging / social media sites that I frequent is PicLyf. Piclyf allows its users to post photos and put those photos into context with captions, and speech or thought bubbles. Continue reading PicLyf
Amazon the site, not the jungle, is now handy through your Android phone. Thee Amazon Android App is basically a version of their website that has some extra features.
It allows you to browse through more than 40 categories from Amazon.com and other merchants. You may also access your account, your cart, your wishlist, payment and shipping settings, and your order history.